Administration's Grasp of Information Literacy

Havens, B. C.
May 2013
Library Journal;5/15/2013, Vol. 138 Issue 9, p16
Trade Publication
The article talks about information literacy of academic library administration and faculty outside the library, and mentions that most academic institutions present the learning outcomes and mission statement of the college and its individual departments on its website.


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